May 2004 Gemstone Disney Comics Previews
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Sat Feb 28 05:21:17 CET 2004
Here are the previews for May 2004's US Disney comics from Previews Volume
13, number 3.
Donald Duck Adventures #6---- Three long Disney adventure stories: Donald
Duck and Cousin Fethry in "The Ghosts Rats of Hamelin," the third "TNT" story,
which follows our heroes as they track down supernatural miscreants. Also in
this issue: Mickey in "The Blot's Birthday Plot," and Uncle Scrooge in "The
Secret Brotherhood." SC, 5x7, 128 pages, FC, $7.95.
Donald Duck and Friends #316---- In "World's Apart," Donald travels out of
this world to encounter alluring space ducks, along with dinosaurs, and other
perils. A cover by Michel Nadorp illustrates the story. Also featured are "The
Headless Warrior," a Mickey Mouse mystery-adventure, and "Survival In The
Wild," starring Daisy and the Junior Woodchucks. FC, 32 pages. $2.95.
Mickey Mouse and Friends #265---- Mickey and Goofy discover super heroes are
real and sometimes need the help of ordinary mortals in "Mickey Mouse Meets
Capt. Thunder." Then Donald Duck once again squares off with his three truant
nephews in "A Day to Play Hooky," and Goofy discovers problems in his own
"Awkward Age." FC, 32 pages. $2.95.
Uncle Scrooge #330---- William Van Horn's "Flying High" takes Scrooge and his
nephew to the skies in this barnstorming rollick. Also in this issue is a
reprint of Carl Barks' immortal Donald/Scrooge story, "The Titanic Ants," as well
as with stories featuring Gyro Gearloose and Grandma Duck, alon with two more
Scrooge tales. SC, 7x10, 64 pages, FC, $6.95.
Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #645---- William Van Horn's latest
ten-pager, "The Perils of Pie," outlines the pitfalls of Donald's latest attempt at
employment, as a pie delivery boy. A cover by Van Horn illustrates the tale. Also
in this issue is Carl Barks' classic "The Water Ski Race," as well as stories
featuring Mickey and others. SC, 7x10, 64 pages, FC, $6.95.
A pretty good lineup it seems.
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